Events

DATE EVENT VENUE
January 18, 2014 - April 20, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
By the Name of Annabel Lee: The Facts Behind Poe's Last Poem Poe Museum
1914 E Main St Richmond VA
One of the questions the Poe Museum’s tour guides hear most often is, “Who is Annabel Lee?” Since Poe’s classic poem “Annabel Lee” first appeared in print two days after the author’s death in 1849, readers have speculated about whether or not the poem refers to a real person from the author’s life. Opening just in time for Poe’s Birthday Bash on January 18, the Poe Museum’s new exhibit “By the Name of Annabel Lee” will explore the poem and the people who may have inspired it.

The exhibit will profile the multiple women considered to be inspirations for the poem, and visitors will learn in the words of Poe’s close friend Frances S. Osgood who she believed was “the only woman whom he ever truly loved.” Rare artifacts to be displayed include the manuscript for Poe’s essay about Osgood, original letters by Osgood and others, and stunning portraits of Poe’s muses including Sarah Helen Whitman. The show promises to reveal the rarely seen romantic side of Poe and his work.

The exhibit opens during the Poe Birthday Bash on January 18, and, in honor of the exhibit, the day’s festivities will begin with historical interpreters portraying Poe and Osgood reading their love poetry to each other. The show continues until April 20, 2014.
April 24, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
April Unhappy Hour: Poe Museum
1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Have a poetic experience in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden with an after-work Unhappy Hour. This will be the first Unhappy Hour of 2014 and the opening of the new exhibit "Into that Darkness Peering." Enjoy live music, performances, games, and a cash bar for just $5.

Live Music by: Hotel X
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hotel_X
https://myspace.com/hotelx/music/songs

Film screening of "The Old Stone House" by Christine Stoddard.
April 24, 2014 - June 22, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Into that Darkness Peering Poe Museum
1914 E Main St Richmond VA
From April 24 until June 22, the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia will host a special exhibit of Poe-inspired artwork by ten of the world’s leading painters including Richard Thomas Scott, Melinda Borysevicz, Jeff Markowsky, Brian Busch, Chris Semtner, Charles Philip Brooks, Anelecia Hannah, Christine Sajecki, Jude Harzer, and Adrienne Stein. Each artist in this diverse group of painters has taken up the challenge of interpreting the passage from Poe’s immortal poem, “The Raven,” which reads, “Deep into that darkness peering, long I stood there, wondering, fearing, doubting, dreaming dreams no mortal ever dared to dream before…”
April 27, 2014
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Plein Air Painting Workshop with Charles Philip Brooks Poe Museum
1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Painting in the Poe Museum's Enchanted Garden
Sunday, April 27th
2-6pm
$90*

The Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden has been a literary landmark since 1922. Now that it is undergoing a renovation by the Garden Club of Virginia, we want to celebrate this tribute to Poe's love of nature and gardens by showcasing the Enchanted Garden through exhibits, talks, and workshops. On April 27, we will host an outdoor painting workshop conducted by landscape painter Charles Philip Brooks, one of the artists in our exhibit "Into that Darkness Peering."

Widely known for his evocative Tonalist paintings, Charles Philip Brooks is am enthusiastic and dedicated teacher with 15 years experience. In his workshop students will paint garden landscape and skyscape subjects in oils, carefully studying light, color, form, and atmosphere directly from nature in Poe's garden. Special emphasis will be placed on capturing effects of light and shadow in Poe's garden. All skill levels are welcome; direct, observational painting and poetic painting using Impressionist and Tonalist oil painting techniques will be taught.

Please call Chris at the Poe Museum at 888-21-EAPOE for more information.

(*Cost does not include materials. A list of materials will be provided upon registration.)

May 11, 2014
2:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Painting in the Enchanted Garden with Chris Semtner 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Join artist Chris Semtner for a painting session in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden. The historic restoration of the Garden will be well underway, and many flowers should be in bloom. Participants in this session may choose to display their finished work in the Poe Museum's upcoming exhibit Painting the Enchanted Garden. For more information, write Chris Semtner at chris@poemuseum.org.

More Information about Chris Semtner:
The Curator of the Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia, Chris Semtner has served as author, co-author, or editor of eight books on Edgar Allan Poe and recently appeared in the BBC 4 documentary Edgar Allan Poe: Love, Death, and Women and the Military Channel program History: Facts vs. Fiction. His most recent book, Edgar Allan Poe’s Richmond, has been nominated for a Library of Virginia Literary Award for Non-Fiction.

Semtner has curated museum exhibits on Poe in the comics, Poe’s mysterious death, the real women behind Poe’s poetry, and Poe in the movies. The New York Times called the exhibit he curated for the Library of Virginia, Poe: Man, Myth, or Monster, “provocative” and “a playful, robust exhibit.” An internationally exhibited artist, Semtner has seen his paintings enter numerous public and private collections, and his photography has appeared in The Washington Post, the Daily Telegraph, and many other publications. He has recently exhibited his paintings at Viktor Wynd Fine Art in London, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, and the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond.
May 18, 2014
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Lecture: "Two New Stories about Poe in Richmond" by Dr. Richard Kopley 1914 East Main Street Richmond VA
Poe Museum
On Sunday, May 18 from 2-5 P.M. Dr. Richard Kopley will reveal two new stories about Poe childhood uncovered during Kopley's years of research into little-known historic letters and documents. One story concerns Edgar Allan Poe as a three-year-old, making friends with six-year-old John H. MacKenzie. The other concerns Poe as a sixteen-year-old, writing “Oh, Tempora! Oh, Mores!” in order to drive from his social set an unwanted young clerk, Robert Pitts. This lecture will be a great opportunity to hear about the latest Poe research and to learn more about the author's early years.

More information about Dr. Kopley:
Richard Kopley is Distinguished Professor of English at Penn State DuBois, where he teaches both literature and writing. An expert on American Romanticism, he has published extensively on Edgar Allan Poe (including Edgar Allan Poe and the Dupin Mysteries [Palgrave Macmillan, 2008, 2011]) and Nathaniel Hawthorne (including The Threads of The Scarlet Letter: A Study of Hawthorne’s Transformative Art [University of Delaware Press, 2003]). He has spoken on Poe and Hawthorne at scholarly conferences throughout the United States and around the world—in Spain, Holland, Italy, Poland, Russia, and (by DVD) Japan. He has also served as president of the Poe Studies Association and of the Nathaniel Hawthorne Society. And he has published, as well, on Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, and Herman Melville. His scholarly work has been characterized by a blend of close reading and archival study.
Dr. Kopley has edited much—Poe’s Pym: Critical Explorations (Duke University Press, 1992), Prospects for the Study of American Literature (NYU Press, 1997), Poe’s The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym (Penguin, 1999)—and co-edited much, as well—Prospects for the Study of American Literature (II) (AMS Press, 2010), Poe Writing / Writing Poe (AMS Press, 2013), and the journal Resources for American Literary Study (Penn State Press, 1992-2001; AMS Press, 2002-present).
He has written fiction as well as scholarship—his short story “A Dream” appeared in the Poe Review (2003) and “The Hideous and Intolerable Bookshop” in Lighthouse Anthology 2 (Alma Press, 2012). His children’s picture-book, The Remarkable David Wordsworth, which tied for runner-up for the Barbara Karlin Award (given by the Society for Children’s Book Writers and Illustrated), has been published by Eifrig Publishing (2013). It has been nominated for three additional awards. A second children’s book, “Kenny and the Blue Sky,” is being considered for publication.
Dr. Kopley has served in an administrative capacity at Penn State—he has been the disciplinary coordinator for English beginning in 1994 and continuing, on and off, through the present. And he was the Interim Director of Academic Affairs at Penn State Worthington Scranton in 2006-07. He has also organized, or helped to organize, many scholarly conferences, from the 1988 conference on Poe’s novel The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym, on Nantucket Island, to the 2010 conference on Hawthorne, in Concord, Massachusetts. He is now co-organizing the 2015 Fourth International Conference on Edgar Allan Poe, in Manhattan.
His new book manuscript if “The Enduring Center in Literature.” It takes him beyond American Romanticism to later literature in both the United States and England. The book shows what may be considered a beautiful formal patterning among selected works of American and British literature.
His subsequent book will be a biography of Poe in Richmond, based on an extensive series of letters than he has collected offering stories about Poe told by his best friend from childhood.
Dr. Kopley is a book collector, specializing in Poe, Hawthorne, Melville, Thoreau, and Lewis Carroll. He has been a member of the Grolier Club since 2005.
He is married and lives in State College, Pennsylvania. He and his wife, Amy Golahny, have two grown children, Emily and Gabe.
May 22, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
May Unhappy Hour: 1914 East Main Street Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Relax after work in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden with live music, games, and refreshments. More information will be coming soon.

Live Music by: The Lost Boys
May 22, 2014 - July 20, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Exhibit: Painting the Enchanted Garden 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
In honor of this year's historic restoration of the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden, the Poe Museum is inviting area artists to be part of a new exhibit featuring new paintings and drawings made this spring in the garden. Artists interested in participating in this show should contact Chris Semtner at chris@poemuseum.org.
June 22, 2014 - June 28, 2014
12:00 AM
Edgar Allan Poe Young Writers' Conference Richmond VA
Virginia Commonwealth University
This week-long residential writing program for high school students introduces young writers to writing professionals, intensive workshops, and field trips to sites that inspired Edgar Allan Poe. Applications are due April 1, 2014, so don't delay!
June 26, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
June UNhappy Hour: "The Conqueror Worm" 1914 East Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Join your friends in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden for this relaxing after-work concert. More information is coming soon.
June 26, 2014 - October 19, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Exhibit: Poe3-D 1914 East Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
The Poe Museum's latest exhibit features a newly acquired sculpture of Poe and a selection of the Museum's three dimensional representations of the author.
July 13, 2014
2:00 PM - 3:30 PM
3D Storytelling 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Kids 5-11 will listen to Poe's stories and make artwork inspired by them. More information will be coming soon.
July 24, 2014 - September 21, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Exhibit: The Living Poe 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
What's Edgar Allan Poe doing today? Discover some of the unusual places Poe turns up in today's popular culture. From tattoos to television, this exhibit surveys Poe's presence in popular culture over the past twelve months.
July 24, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
July Unhappy Hour: 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Kick back in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden for live music, refreshments, and fun. More information is coming soon.

Live Music by: John Ellis
http://www.virginiaroadsong.com/
July 27, 2014
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Talk and Book Signing by Brian Keene and Mary SanGiovanni 1914 East Main Street Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Join authors Brian Keene and Mary SanGiovanni for a talk about Poe's influence on today's writers. Afterwards, there will be time for questions and answers.

About the authors:
Brian Keene
BRIAN KEENE writes novels, comic books, short fiction, and occasional journalism for money. He is the author of over forty books, mostly in the horror, crime, and dark fantasy genres. His 2003 novel, The Rising, is often credited (along with Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic and Danny Boyle’s 28 Days Later film) with inspiring pop culture’s current interest in zombies. Keene’s novels have been translated into German, Spanish, Polish, Italian, French, Taiwanese, and many more. In addition to his own original work, Keene has written for media properties such as Doctor Who, Hellboy, Masters of the Universe, and Superman.
Several of Keene’s novels have been developed for film, including Ghoul, The Ties That Bind, and Fast Zombies Suck. Several more are in-development or under option. Keene also serves as Executive Producer for the independent film studio Drunken Tentacle Productions.
Keene also oversees Maelstrom, his own small press publishing imprint specializing in collectible limited editions, via Thunderstorm Books.
Keene’s work has been praised in such diverse places as The New York Times, The History Channel, The Howard Stern Show, CNN.com, Publisher’s Weekly, Media Bistro, Fangoria Magazine, and Rue Morgue Magazine. He has won numerous awards and honors, including two Bram Stoker Awards, and a recognition from Whiteman A.F.B. (home of the B-2 Stealth Bomber) for his outreach to U.S. troops serving both overseas and abroad. A prolific public speaker, Keene has delivered talks at conventions, college campuses, theaters, and inside Central Intelligence Agency headquarters in Langley, VA.
The father of two sons, Keene lives in rural Pennsylvania.

Mary SanGiovanni
Mary SanGiovanni is the author of the novels THE HOLLOWER (nominated for the Bram Stoker Award), FOUND YOU, THE TRIUMVIRATE, THRALL, and CHAOS, and the novellas FOR EMMY, POSSESSING AMY, and THE FADING PLACE, as well as numerous short stories. Her fiction has appeared in periodicals and anthologies for the last decade. She has a Masters degree in Writing Popular Fiction from Seton Hill University, Pittsburgh, where she studied under Gary Braunbeck, Tom Monteleone, Mike Arnzen, and others. She is currently a member of The Authors Guild, The International Thriller Writers, and Penn Writers, and was previously an Active member in the Horror Writers Association.
August 8, 2014
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Poe Goes to the Movies "The Tomb of Ligeia" 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
In honor of the Edgar Allan Poe's favorite of his own terror tales, "Ligeia," the Poe Museum will host a screening of Roger Corman's film "The Tomb of Ligeia" (1964) starring Vincent Price. Kick back in the Poe Museum's liegendary Enchanted Garden to watch the movie under the stars. Admission is $5.
August 28, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
August Unhappy Hour: 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Get inspired by a poetic evening in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden. More information is coming soon.

Live Music by: Chris Vasi Trio
http://www.chrisvasi.com/
September 25, 2014 - December 31, 2014
10:00 AM - 17:00 PM
Exhibit: The Halloween Gang Presents "The Black Cat" 1914 East Main Street Richmond VA
Poe Museum
The Richmond art collective The Halloween Gang will interpret Poe's terror tale "The Black Cat" through visual art.
September 25, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
September Unhappy Hour: 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Kick off the Halloween season a little early with the Poe Museum's Unhappy Hour devoted to Poe's horror masterpiece "The Black Cat." Enjoy live music, performance, refreshments, and the opening of the new exhibit "The Halloween Gang Presents 'The Black Cat.'" Admission is just $5.

Live Music by: The Embalmers
www.theembalmers.com
October 3, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
In Poe's Footsteps 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Follow Poe's footsteps through the streets he called home. Meet Poe's mother, his first love, and more of the people who helped shape his life and work. More information about this candlelit theatrical tour led by costumed interpreters will be coming soon.
October 15, 2014
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Virginia Festival of the Book Presents "An Evening with Clay McLeod Chapman" 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Join author Clay McLeod Chapman for an evening of reading and performance. After the reading, he will be signing copies of his books.

More about the Author:
"Like a demonic angel on a skateboard, like a resurrected Artaud on methadrine, like a tattletale psychiatrist turned rodeo clown, Clay McLeod Chapman races back and forth along the serrated edges of everyday American madness, objectively recording each whimper of anguish, each whisper of skewed desire. This is strong stuff, intense stuff, sometimes disturbing stuff, but I think the many who admire Chuck Palahniuk will admire Chapman as well." —Tom Robbins, author, Still Life with Woodpecker

Clay McLeod Chapman is the author of rest area, a collection of short stories, and miss corpus, a novel. Miss corpus was recognized in part of The New Yorker's "Reading Glasses" series. Currently, he is writing the middlegrade adventure series The Tribe (Disney/Hyperion)—book one, Homeroom Headhunters, is out now and book two, Camp Cannibal, hits the shelves in April 2014. He also writes for his geek-gods Marvel Comics (Amazing Spider-Man, Ultimate Spider-Man Adventures, Spider-Man 2099 and The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes) and Fangoria Magazine.
Chapman's story the battle of belle isle was featured in Akashic Books’ regional-noir anthology Richmond Noir. He was a contributing author on “The Rolling Darkness Revue,” a roaming reading-series of horror writers created by Glen Hirshberg and Pete Atkins, culminating in the anthology At The Sign of the Snowman’s Skull. He was a contributing author to One Ring Zero's As Smart As We Are album, featuring such writers as Paul Auster and Jonathan Lethem.
Chapman’s story late bloomer was adapted into film by director Craig Macneill. An official selection at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival, the short won the audience award for Best Short at the Lake Placid Film Festival and the Brown Jenkins Award at the 12th Annual H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival. Their most recent collaboration, Henley, a short film based on the chapter “The Henley Road Motel” from his novel miss corpus, was an official selection at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. It was awarded Best Short Film at the 2011 Gen Art Film Festival and the 2011 Carmel Arts and Film Festival.
Upcoming feature films include The Boy, a full length version of Henley, produced by The Woodshed (Elijah Wood, Daniel Noah, and Josh C. Waller) and the sci-fried feature White Space.
Chapman is the creator of the rigorous storytelling session The Pumpkin Pie Show. In its ten-plus years of existence, it has performed internationally at the Romanian Theatre Festival of Sibiu, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the New York International Fringe Festival, the Winnipeg Fringe Festival, the Edmonton Fringe Festival, the Minnesota Fringe Festival, the Dublin-based thisisnotashop art space, IGNITE Festival, the Women Center Stage Festival and the Impact Theatre Festival. The Pumpkin Pie Show continues to perform in New York City annually with long-time scene-stealer Hanna Cheek.
Chapman has written the book for the musical Hostage Song with music and lyrics by Obie-winning Kyle Jarrow. He also wrote the book for SCKBSTD, a new musical with Grammy-winner Bruce Hornsby. He is the author of such plays as commencement, teaser cow, Julian, bar flies, lee’s miserables, No Exitway, duct-tape to family-time, redbird, jewish mothers, junta high, nested doll, the interstate and on, the cardiac shadow and volume of smoke. Stage versions of his short stories birdfeeder and undertow were selected for publication in The Best American Short Plays: 2007-2008 and 2009-2010 anthologies.
Chapman was educated at the North Carolina School of the Arts for Drama, the Burren College of Art, and Sarah Lawrence College. He currently teaches writing at The Actors Studio MFA Program at Pace University. Visit him at www.claymcleodchapman.com
October 23, 2014
6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
October Unhappy Hour: "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar" 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Nobody does Halloween like the Master of the Macabre, so join Edgar and the gang for an evening in the Poe Museum's legendary Enchanted Garden for living music, performances, refreshments, games, a costume contest, and the opening of the Museum's new exhibit about Poe's mesmerizing tale "The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar." It's just $5 to attend the only Halloween party in real with real ghosts!
October 26, 2014
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Poe's Pumpkin Patch 1914 E Main St Richmond VA
Poe Museum
Make sure your kids grow up weird by taking them to this day of Poe-themed fun and games.

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